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Definition of "creatress" [cre•a•tress]

  • A female creator. (noun)

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Use "creatress" in a sentence
  • "2 Mesopotamian kings and their deified souls, the gods, were constantly described as "beloved" of the Goddess known as creatress of the earth and "maker of fate, she who decrees the fate of the men and gods.""
  • "Takutzi Nakawe, the ancient goddess, mother of all the gods, creatress and destroyer of all that exists, is represented in religious art, such as statues or yarn paintings."
  • "In mythological texts from the Late Bronze Age (c. 1550 – 1200 b.c.e.) city-state of Ugarit, she is called “the creatress of the gods”; her consort at Ugarit, the god El, is called “creator.”"